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Revolutionizing Chinese Psychology in the Maoist Era
Chinaâ€™s Bold Economic Statecraft
Chinese Womenâ€™s History: Local or Global?
Floating Points: From Diasporic Spaces to Multicultural Places
In the study of Asian immigrant communities and culture in North America, particularly in arts and literature, two intellectual approaches have emerged: the transnational which focuses on country and culture of origin ...
The Intermediary Trap: International Labour Recruitment, Transnational Governance and State-Citizen Relations in China
Delivering the 2012 York Centre for Asian Research (YCAR) Asia Lecture on the occasion of YCAR’s 10th anniversary, Dr. XIANG Biao explores the high cost of legal transnational labour migration for unskilled Chinese labourers. ...